Wednesday, February 26, 2020

How to Keep Your Relationships Happy

I wanted to share this recently published article in the Global Pranic Healing Magazine on behalf of the Institute for Inner Studies (link below).

I have been a student of Master Choa Kok Sui's Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga © for 22 yrs. His teachings explore, explain and give directions on how to live a better life, to heal yourself & others.
This article is a small example of his teachings and the practical application of his teachings in our everyday lives. 
By reading this article my heart chakra was activated, my energy changed and I was reminded of the love and simplicity of his teachings.

Three rules for keeping your relationship happy.
·       Express Love
·      Be Willing to Sacrifice
·      Be Quick to Forgive

Everyone knows what it’s like to experience loss in a relationship. The painful feeling of losing someone you love – it hurts.

Many people come into our lives and leave indelible impressions. Seen from a spiritual standpoint, they come to guide us, give us purpose, teach us or help work out unfinished business. Some stay longer while some seem to leave too soon.

While it’s understandable to be hurt, we owe it to ourselves to not live in pain, sorrow and loneliness. What is important is to improve the quality of our relationships. And to do that, we need three simple elements.

Express Love

Taught by Master Choa Kok Sui, “love is the food that will make your soul grow.”

Every meaningful relationship has love at its foundation. Whether it’s the loving care towards family and friends, or the loving reverence to your Teacher, or the love of collaborating in your work with colleagues, the energy of love is what attracts and sustains the relationship.

It’s no secret that people are attracted to those with a big heart.

In order to receive love, the basic rule is that you need to give love first. It is impossible to be angry and resentful and expect the other person to love you back.

Express your love and appreciation to those around you. See how they bloom.

Be Willing to Sacrifice

When we love someone, we usually sacrifice the little things. Why? Because it makes us happy when we see our loved ones smile.

True love is undeterred by hardship. You have heard stories of people sacrificing their careers to be with their loved ones, or of parents sacrificing their food so their children can eat.

True love requires willpower – the willpower to stand true and stand strong even when things are uncomfortable. Just because the situation is difficult isn’t a good reason to abandon the relationship. It needs work. And that needs willpower.

Be Quick to Forgive

Relationships aren’t always sunshine and rainbows. There are times when they become sour, bitter and difficult. The remedy is forgiveness.

“No matter how sweet and wonderful your Beloved is… there will always be shortcomings. Roses always come with thorns.” Master Choa Kok Sui

No one is perfect, and everybody makes mistakes. People on the spiritual path who have decided to accelerate their growth make many mistakes. It is a mark of spiritual development to be able to be the one to forgive first and let go.

Forgiveness isn’t about who is right or wrong. It is about doing the right thing. When someone is offended, they tend to think about the offender and the unhappy incident repeatedly until they have no peace of mind left.

This tends to make one irritable and proud thereby ruining their other relationships. Forgiveness makes a person feel lighter and more peaceful because it releases pent-up feelings and negative emotions.

The key is to forgive and forgive quickly.
Engaging love, light and will, we have the power to make the best of every relationship we’re in.

Article - Institute for Inner Studies

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